Solar Eclipse on Aug1
Friday, August 1 is a red-letter day for eclipse enthusiasts. On that date, the sun will be partially eclipsed over an immense area that includes western and central Asia, parts of northern and central Europe, all of Greenland and even a small slice of.
A total solar eclipse — the first in nearly two and a half years — will be visible along a narrow track that will start over the of Canada, gives a glancing blow to northern Greenland, then shifts southeast through and western Mongolia and before ending near the famed Silk Route of China.
The path of totality for this upcoming eclipse is never more than 157 miles (252 km) wide. Read More